This is an excerpt from the article “There Is No Offseason” which appeared in the August 2014 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Dave Morelli If your traps are a ball of mud at the end of the season like mine, they … [Read More]
This is an excerpt from Trapper & Predator Caller Field Editor Dave Morelli’s article “And Then It Snows,” which appeared in the December 2013 Trapper & Predator Caller issue. By Dave Morelli The weather here in Idaho can go from good … [Read More]
Trap Modification and Adjustment (An excerpt from T&PC Executive Editor Jim Spencer’s “Guide to Trapping”) Some trap manufacturers have made the advertising claim that their traps were ready for the trapline “right out of the box.” Don’t believe it. Every … [Read More]
You Must Prepare Traps if You Want Them to Last By Mike Schoonveld Brand new traps come with only a coating of oil or light grease applied by the manufacturer to keep the steel from rusting before it’s sold. Thousands … [Read More]
Cleaning things up isn’t fun, but now’s the time to get it done.
These 8 bucket strategies were developed over the years and prove to be very effective for ‘coons [Read More]
Does it weaken the springs of body grip-type traps if you leave the safety hook in the set position year-round? [Read More]
Q: Since lye is no longer sold in stores, what would you recommend to clean rubber jaw traps? [Read More]